The City of Oakley announced it is looking for feedback from the community regarding its next strategic plan as well as how to spend $10,177,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding
Since the City was incorporated, Oakley has used the strategic plans process to outline goals that lead to actions.
Oakley is now in the early stages of a process which will ultimately include a series of public workshops in the Spring and culminate in the creation of the detailed Strategic Plan. Currently, the best way to share your opinion is to complete their survey.
The Strategic Plan is an important document dictates the direction and priorities of the City.
Areas of focus include:
- Downtown & Main Street Revitalization
- Community Outreach, Communication, & Participation
- Community Infrastructure & Traffic Safety
- Public Safety
- Parks, Streetscapes, & Recreational Opportunities
“Community participation is so important in guiding our City staff as they create a vision for Oakley’s future,” said Oakley’s City Manager Joshua McMurray. “The Plan will help us identify the needs of wonderful growing community. Contributing input via the survey is a wonderful way for our citizens to share their thoughts with us.”
What is important to you ‐ public safety, planned growth, business? Take the survey and offer your perspective and feedback
Links to the survey:
American Rescue Plan Act Survey
The Oakley City Council is seeking input from the community on ideas to assist with Oakley’s economic recovery and encourages you to take a brief survey.
The City of Oakley will receive $10,177,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding. One-half of the funds were received in July 2021, and the second half will be received in July 2022. Funds must be obligated by December 2024 and spent by December 2026.
The survey will close on Sunday, January 16th, 2022.
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 is a $1.9 trillion economic recovery bill that was signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021. Within the ARPA, the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund provides $130 billion for local governments split evenly between municipalities and counties to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts.
Take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H5C5FS7